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Rule 59: Failure to Execute a Warrant of Arrest or Transfer Order

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This chapter talks about the rule 59 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the statute of the Special Court of Sierra Leone. It discusses a case and their trial chambers decisions. The case is of Prosecutor v. Sesay, Warrant of Arrest and Order for Transfer and Detention, 7 March 2003. If the relevant national authorities of the Government of Sierra Leone are unable to immediately execute the present Warrant of Arrest and Order for Transfer, as requested, the Government of Sierra Leone is requested to indicate the reason for its inability to effect thereto.

Keywords: chambers decisions; Special Court of Sierra Leone; transfer order

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